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by Henry Burney

eBook Burney Papers: v. 2 download ISBN: 0576039462
Author: Henry Burney
Publisher: Gregg Publishing; 1910 -14 Ed edition (November 1971)
Language: English
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Henry Burns received these sallies with the utmost unconcern. If heenjoyed the effect which his remarks had produced, it was denoted only bya twinkle in his eyes. He was rather a slender, pale-complexioned youth,of fourteen years. A physiognomist might have found in his features anunusual degree of coolness and self-control, united with an abnormalfondness for mischief; but Henry Burns would have passed with theordinary person as a frail boy, fonder of books than of sports. Just then the captain of the steamer put his head out of the pilot-houseand called to the eldest of the brothers

Henry Burney (27 February 1792 – 4 March 1845) or Hantri Barani (Thai: หันตรีบารนี) in Thai, was a British commercial traveller and diplomat for the British East India Company.

Henry Burney (27 February 1792 – 4 March 1845) or Hantri Barani (Thai: หันตรีบารนี) in Thai, was a British commercial traveller and diplomat for the British East India Company. His parents were Richard Thomas Burney (1768–1808), headmaster of the Orphan School at Kidderpore, and Jane Burney (1772–1842), and he was a nephew of the English writer Frances Burney (1752–1840)

Henry Burney (27 February 1792 – 4 March 1845) was a British commercial traveller and diplomat for the British East India Company.

Henry Burney (27 February 1792 – 4 March 1845) was a British commercial traveller and diplomat for the British East India Company. His parents were Richard Thomas Burney (1768–1808), headmaster of the Orphan School at Kidderpore, and Jane Burney (1772–1842), and he was a nephew of the English writer Frances Burney (1752–1840).

Burney, Henry," in Dictionary of Indian Biography (p. 63), by C. E. Buckland, London: Swan Sonnenschein (1906). Public domainPublic domainfalsefalse.

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Frances Burney d'Arblay was an English novelist, dramatist, diarist, and .

Frances Burney d'Arblay was an English novelist, dramatist, diarist, and poet. Scope and arrangement. This is a synthetic collection consisting of manuscripts, correspondence from 1759 through 1894, diaries kept from 1786 to 1846, journals for 1768 through 1777 and 1795, notebooks dating from 1786 to 1839, scrapbooks with material dating from 1653 to 1890, legal documents, and pictorial and printed works. Only date and explanatory note for year 1837. 1837 Jan. - 1839 June. Arblay, Alexander d'. Two holograph notebooks labelled by Fanny Burney d'Arblay, "Alex poetry Vol. I " and holograph mathematics notebook.